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Re: “Wake superintendent Anthony Tata's dubious qualifications

To GZusDinosaur:

My comment was all about Geary and his article. Geary is the "progressive", "diversity" sycophant.... who insults Tata with well-practiced contempt, the familiar trade mark of pretend intellectualism.

Based on the source and content of that criticism, I judge Tata to be a great pick .

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Posted by Sailor on 01/06/2011 at 12:07 PM

Re: “Wake superintendent Anthony Tata's dubious qualifications

Bob Geary's snide, character assassin's, article is imbued with the typical inanities of "progressive" sneering and "diversity worshiping" nonsense...

A "Progressive", in the American political line-up, is the next thing to a crypto-Commie, whose destructive (and always counterproductive) ideology hides behind every crazy platitude known to man. It is the triumph of the leveler's "airy thoughts" over cold reality, always hiding a ruthless will to power (effectively disguised as disinterested charity and claimed intention to promote "social justice"... that has a familiar "Obama" ring to it, doesn't it?).

Those who tout "diversity" ascribe to the insane (pathological) notion that highlighting and promoting differences among race/sex/class and income identity groups will promote harmony: "In diversity there is unity". And if that seems a tad contradictory to you, well that's because you are a stupid and un-enlightened troglodyte, unable to grasp the subtleies of the truly sophisticated and superior intellects among us, who, as an act of grace, have condescended to throw us a lifeline. (Listen to an Obama speech, or more accurately, one written for his teleprompter).

What a bunch of dopes!

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Posted by Sailor on 01/06/2011 at 9:04 AM

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